Theatre School in Blackpool


A division of TalentCom Media Lid, a Manchester based company, Blackpool School of Drama provides drama classes for kids (and adults soon) aged eight to sixteen years old in Bispham and Blackpool Central. Our sessions include stage drama classes, improv classes and LAMDA classes that prepare students for their LAMDA exams. Classes cost from £2.50. There are free taster drama classes available.

Stage productions along with other public performances and community events are coming up in and around Blackpool. This year we shall be at St. Annes Kite Festival with our promo gazebo. We shall be enroling new students and there will be free balloon modelling with children's entertainer and school Principal Daniel Twist.

Auditions to enrol at our drama school is not required and all capabilities are welcome. There is a small deposit to enrol at our drama school, costing from only £5.00.

We have an excellent child safeguarding and anti-bullying policy in place. We take child safeguarding very seriously indeed and therefore our school staff are Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as Criminal Records Bureau and Independent Safeguarding Authority) checked and DBS Update Service registered.

What to expect from our drama classes


Our 90-minute stage drama classes for ages 8-16 years covers teamwork, mime, story telling, character building, voice training, improv, drama games and much more. Classes cost £3.00.


Our 90-minute improv classes for ages 8-16 years include improvisation, character building, storytelling, drama games and teamwork, Classes cost £2.50.


Our 60-minute LAMDA classes prepare for students their LAMDA exams. Students aged 8-10 years train for their Acting: Level 1, grade 1, and 11-16 years train for their Acting: Level 1, grade 3. Ten sessions cost £6.00 each.

Message from our school Principal

Children's Entertainer Daniel Twist does Balloon Modelling and Magic

" I set up Blackpool School of Drama because of my love for acting and wanting to provide a place where people can come to learn the acting trade at affordable prices. Making a profit isn't my priority - making the school a success and our students going on to become professional actors is what I crave the most. Making a profit is a bonus.

Our public performances including stage shows at a professional theatre is another aspect of the school which excites me. Most of our productions will be for charity and not for profit. Being involved with the local community such as charity events is another big part of Blackpool School of Drama.

Thank you for visiting our new website and I hope to meet you soon "

Daniel Twist